Be Part of the Miracle
Nita Pippins, founder of our Meal Program, was chosen as New York 1's "New Yorker of The Week"
Today the meal program is a unique alternative healing program that provides nutrition and crucial emotional support to our clients. Time and again we hear how going to a breakfast or a dinner and meeting others facing the same confrontations made all the difference. Our Meal Program combined with the support of both volunteers and other patients provide something which conventional therapy cannot; companionship, friendship, heroism, and the hope built from relating to others.
Nita continues to host breakfasts; she continues to give of herself whole heartedly and selflessly for the benefit of others.
Manhattan school children present an Anniversary Quilt to Miracle House.
Amy Pelletieri's kindergarten class at Manhattan School for Children (MSC) on the Upper West Side presented their gift of a beautiful quilt decorated by the students.It was a group effort led by MSC art teacher,Bernard Winter. He described how the children cut out their handprints and carefully glued them on and painted the stenciling along the side of the quilt. Jesse Ramos, Chief Operating Officer of Miracle House, accepted the wonderful gift and remarked that "Miracle House is touched and honored that the children worked so hard on behalf of families in need. It will be cherished."